Browsing All posts tagged under »Mark Schaefer«

How Can You Use Twitter To Beat The Competition?

December 26, 2011

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Lot’s of people will say Twitter is good for your business, but can you take it a step further? How can you use Twitter to stay ahead and beat the competition? Mark Schaefer is a noted blogger and author who consults with business to help answer these kinds of questions. Mark recently released his new […]

Is Twitter For Every Business?

December 10, 2011

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Sometimes when you have a hammer, everything looks like a nail. So, is Twitter the right place for you business or organization? Mark Schaefer has used Twitter effectively to build his business and grow a very successful blog. If there is such a thing as a Twitter expert, Mark is it. It’s not hard for […]

Using Twitter For Business Networking And Driving Blog Traffic

September 15, 2011

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Using Twitter For Business Networking And Driving Blog Traffic The old Twitter joke about people saying what they had for breakfast in their tweets has a little truth to it, but failing to grasp the more powerful side of that platform is easy to do. People who use the platform to broadcast self-referential tweets and […]

What Is The Tao Of Twitter? Author Mark Schaefer On Twitter’s ROI.

September 1, 2011

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What Is The Tao Of Twitter? Author Mark Schaefer On Twitter’s ROI. Mark Schaefer recently released his new book The Tao Of Twitter. His book has been getting a boatload of 5 star reviews by readers on Amazon. I wanted to learn more about why Mark wrote a book on Twitter this late in the […]

The Marketing rEvolution Is Here: What Are The Critical Skills Your Next CMO Must Have?

November 23, 2009

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  New to Digital Marketing Mercenary? Subscribe to the RSS feed, or get it by email (I’ll never sell your address or spam you). READER’S NOTE: This is Part 3 of a series of guest blogs that examine the new skills that corporate communications executive 2.0 will need to thrive. Part 1 by Lou Hoffman, […]

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